|1966 CBS ''Upcoming Fall Line-up'' Special Presentation|
This is the rare 1966 program-length promo created by CBS to promote their Fall line-up for that year. Shows promoted include: "It's About Time", "Run, Buddy, Run", "Family Affair", "The Jean Arthur Show", "Jericho" (Yes, there are three flops with the same name), "CBS Thursday Night Movie", "CBS Friday Night Movie" and "Pistols and Petticoats". Most of these shows were quite short lived. Please forgive the film deterioration, and I must warn that this is the best quality circulating...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; CBS; Columbia Broadcasting System; CBS Television Network; Promo; Promos; Faded Color; Colour; Drama; Sitcom; Rare; Retro; Vintage; Masterpoxen
Downloads: 3,453 (2 reviews)
|Spunky & Tadpole (1958) - Creator: No one will admit to it. Produced by: Beverly Film|
Spunky was a small boy and Tadpole was his oddly named teddy bear. The pair traveled along having adventures that were typical of early cartoons. Luckily for Spunky, Tadpole was able to talk and help out whenever things got a little rough. Like many early cartoons, the animation on Spunky and Tadpole was fairly basic. Characters mainly stood perfectly still and spoke their lines to one another, rarely moving...
Keywords: TV; Kids TV; Classic TV; Spunky & Tadpole; Spunky; Tadpole; 1960; 1950
Downloads: 2,844 (2 reviews)
|Classic 1960's Commercial for ''Dash''|
A Classic 1960's commercial for "Dash", a brand of concentrated laundry detergent. This commercial aired during September 5th 1960. I'll be uploading the complete telecast at a later date. Features some film deterioration.
Keywords: 1960s; 1960's; 60s; 60's; Sixties; Commercial; Commercials; Advertising; Classic TV; Television; Retro; Rare; Vintage
Downloads: 1,591 (2 reviews)
|Rare 1968 CBS Television Network ''Fall Line-up'' Special|
A rare 1968 CBS Television Network special designed to promote the network's fall schedule. Shows promoted include: "Mayberry R.F.D.", "Lancer", "The Good Guys", "Blondie" and "Hawaii Five-O". Out of these, "Blondie" was the biggest failure (lasting 13 episodes), while "Hawaii Five-O" was the most successful (lasting 284 episodes). Please forgive the VHS-transfer. This Promo-Special is presented here for historical value...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Sitcom; Drama; TV Special; CBS; CBS Television Network; Columbia Broadcasting System; Prime Time; Mainstream Media; Flop; Flops; Retro; Vintage; Masterpoxen
Downloads: 5,272 (3 reviews)
|Valiant Lady 1955|
One complete episode of Valiant Lady, with original commercials. The sound is a bit out of sync, which isn't something I can correct. It is out of sync on the original DVD.
Keywords: Classic TV; Soap Opera; Valiant Lady; 1955
Downloads: 913 (4 reviews)
|Excerpt from 'Art Linkletter's House Party'|
Excerpt from the TV series "Art Linkletter's House Party", featuring guest Lucille Ball. I'm hoping to find some complete episodes, but this excerpt is all that I can find.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60's; 60s; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Lucille Ball; Kinescope; Kinescopes
Downloads: 9,201 (4 reviews)
|The Lawless Years - Episode 03 - The Jane Cooper Story (1959) - Jack Chertok|
The Lawless Years is the first television crime drama set during the Roaring 20s, having predated ABC's far more successful The Untouchables with Robert Stack by six months. The 47-episode half-hour series aired nonconsecutively on NBC from April 16 to August 27, 1959, from October 1, 1959, to January 19, 1960, and, finally, from May 12 to September 22, 1961. It starred James Gregory as real-life NYPD Detective Barney Ruditsky, with Robert Karnes as Max, his associate...
Keywords: Third Eye Cinema; The Lawless Years; James Gregory; Classic TV; Jack Chertok; Gangsters; 1959; 1920's; NBC; Crime; Police Drama
Downloads: 1,717 (6 reviews)
|Jimmy Durante Show|
An episode which aired in October 1955.Pretty much typical Jimmy Durante,some good old fashioned song and dance,and shit kicking humor.An interesting but somber note.The guest on this show is Carmen Miranda.The show was recorded on August 3,1955.During taping,Carmen suffered a mild heart attack,but it wasnt detected as such at the time.She went on to complete the show.Two days later,on August 5th,she expired of a massive heart attack,at age 46.So the show didnt actually air until after her death...
Keywords: Classic TV; Jimmy Durante; Carmen Miranda; 1955; NBC; Brazilian Bombshell; Vaudeville
Downloads: 8,562 (5 reviews)
|'Captain Video' - Misc episode no. 2 (Circa 1950)|
"Captain Video and His Video Rangers" episode from circa 1950. This series aired on the DuMont Television Network from 1949 to 1955 and was the first sci-fi series on American television. Over 1000 episodes were aired, of which about 24 survive. This episode was written by MC Brock and stars Richard Coogan. It was broadcast live each weekday. The show spawned at least 3 spin-offs of which nothing survives.
Keywords: Classic TV; Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; 50's TV; 50s TV; 1950's TV; 1950s Television; Serial; Historically Important
Downloads: 7,253 (11 reviews)
|1960 episode of 'Queen for a Day'|
One of the few surviving episodes of "Queen for a Day", from 1960. One of the strangest shows ever to air on TV. Please note that most shows of the 60's were MUCH BETTER than this.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60's; 60s; 1960's; 1960s; Sixties; Camp; Campy; Plan 9 from Outer Space; Unintentionally Hilarious
Downloads: 17,011 (19 reviews)